To Go or Not to Go

I recently returned from a mission trip to Brazil with eleven members of my Presbyterian church in Wilmington, North Carolina.  Partnering with a Presbyterian congregation in Manaus, our team, which included three physicians and two nurses, furnished medical assistance, dental … Continue reading

Stealing the March

“Always mystify, mislead, and surprise the enemy.” –Stonewall Jackson The ousting of Steve Bannon from the National Security Council (NSC) staff is part of a reorganization initiated by President Donald Trump’s National Security Advisor, Army Lt. General H.R. McMaster. This … Continue reading

State of the College — 2016

Grove City College President Paul J. McNulty ’80 will deliver a “State of the College” address announcing a new strategic vision that honors the College’s past, recognizes the enormous challenges of today, and builds for a strong and faithful future. … Continue reading

Donald Trump on Bush’s WMD “Lie”

“George Bush made a mistake,” said Donald Trump in the South Carolina debate last week. “We should have never been in Iraq.” Trump added that “we destabilized” the larger Middle East. Those are legitimate points of contention—though Trump should not … Continue reading

Presidential Election Survey

If the election were held today, who would you like to see as president and vice president? Take the short (only 2 questions!) survey below and let your voice be heard!

Practice Resurrection

Editor’s note: Dr. H. Collin Messer delivered the below Harbison Chapel address on April 30 in recognition of being chosen Grove City College’s 2015 Professor of the Year. In his talk Messer teaches us something important about Christ’s resurrection and … Continue reading

A Whiff of Privatization

Three decades ago, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher implemented a policy called “privatization” to rejuvenate the moribund economy of the United Kingdom. Like the United States today, the cost of a too-large government was sapping the vitality of the U.K.’s economy. … Continue reading